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Grow an Indoor Herb Garden All Year Long

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HerbsSubmitted by: Tip Hero  01/14/2010 7:11 PM
As Gabrielle at the “your day…only better” blog notes on her website, basil, tarragon, parsley, thyme and other herbs can be grown indoors during autumn and winter months.

She provides six tips in her article. We’ve listed the headlines for each below, but we encourage you to click the link at the bottom of this post to read her full article which explains each tip in detail.

  • Place light-loving herbs near South-facing windows.
  • Place shade-loving herbs in Western or Eastern windows
  • Turn plants regularly
  • Give them air to breathe
  • Pinch them back
  • Fertilize monthly

Grow an indoor herb garden all year long

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